Nestled in a little village on the Shropshire and Staffordshire border, Sambrook Manor holiday cottages offer self catering accommodation for long or short breaks. The Old farm buildings have been lovingly converted into four high standard holiday cottages which are fully equipped with all the essentials, crisp white bed linen, fluffy towels, underfloor heating and Wi-Fi. Churn cottage and The Stables are suitable for assisted wheelchair users. Our self catering cottages sleep a total of 26 and are perfect for families and friends getaways, business trips, groups or romantic escapes.

We are situated 5 minutes from the old market towns of Newport or Market Drayton, 20 minutes from Telford and Ironbridge and just 30 minutes from Shrewsbury, Stafford and The Potteries. Sambrook is a lovely picturesque little village with quiet lanes to explore and mill pools dotted about. There are lots of great walks or cycle routes for all abilities straight from your cottage door. So why not leave all your troubles behind and relax in the beautiful barns at Sambrook Manor holiday cottages.

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"Another amazing stay everything you need and more. We will be back Thank you x"

Sandra, Molly & Betty

Local pubs

The Three Horseshoes in Sambrook - Just a short stroll from our cottages you will find The Three Horseshoes in the heart of Sambrook, a free house serving real ale from local breweries and delicious home cooked meals with a daily specials board and a very popular Sunday lunch.  Food served Wednesday to Saturday 5pm - 9pm and Sundays 12 noon - 4pm.  Booking is recommended.  Outside garden area. The Wharf Tavern at Goldstone – By the side of the Shropshire Union Canal and only 10 minutes from Sambrook Manor Holiday Cottages, The Wharf is a family owned pub serving traditional home cooked meals, children’s menu & large seating area but booking is essential 01630 661226. Children’s play area and tow path walks. The Lamb at Edgmond – Just 4 miles from Sambrook, The Lamb is a large village put with extensive garden area including a children’s play area. Seasonal menu offering a good choice of family favourites & children’s menu. Take-a-way also available. Large car park. The Sutherland Arms, Tibberton – Traditional village pub in the village of Tibberton just 3 miles from our holiday cottages, serving a selection of reasonably priced meals. Booking is essential. The Fox, Pave Lane, Newport – Just on the outskirts of Newport The Fox is a lovely big Edwardian-style pub serving a great selection of classic British dishes complemented by more exotic influences from other parts of the world, it gets very busy and booking is essential, great for a more grown up meal. The New Inn, Newport – A Joules pub in Newport, modern spit & sawdust surroundings serving honest, fresh and homemade food, small beer garden to the rear. Not ideal for small children. The Hinds Head, Norton in Hales - A family run business int the village of Norton-in-Hales just 20 minutes from Sambrook near to Market Drayton. The Hinds Head boasts a stunning restaurant atmosphere with the characteristics of a traditional village pub. Norbury Junction – On the side of the Shropshire Union Canal, children menu, large beer garden good menu choice, carvery available at certain times and lovely canalside walks. The Cock Inn, Woodeasves (Staffordshire) – Regularly changing seasonal menus with food served in either the dining area, bar or garden/patio area. Also Sunday menu and daily changing specials board, on the side of the road but with a car park to the rear, approx. 10 -15 minutes from the cottages. The Fox & Hounds, Shawbury – approx. 15 minutes from Sambrook Manor Holiday Cottages you will find the Fox & Hounds a Gastro pub with a good menu selection & specials board, it has a large dining area and beer garden.

Coffee shops & cafes

Smallwood Lodge, Newport – A licensed Tea Room serving homemade cakes, afternoon teas, champagne breakfasts and light lunches set in a delightful black & white timber framed grade II listed building at the top end of the high street in Newport.
Guildhall Tea Room, Newport – Enjoy an afternoon tea, light lunch or just a drink in the historic surroundings of the 15th century Guildhall on the high street of Newport.
Tea on the Cobbles, Newport - Set in St Marys cobbled street in Newport, Tea on the Cobbles is a vintage tea room that provides breakfasts, light lunches and lots of delicious cakes and drinks.
The Little Tea Room, Market Drayton - Located in one of the oldest Tudor buildings in Market Drayton, The Little Tea Room offers a broad selection of freshly prepared meals and snacks, home made soups, cakes and scones and delicious clotted cream teas; all served on vintage china.

Water fun

Shropshire Raft Tours – here you can visit historical & beautiful sites along the River Severn, either on a guided raft or on your own private hire. Canoes, kayaks, mini rafts & mega stand up paddle boards are all available to hire from Ironbridge as well as bikes.
Norbury Wharf – hire a narrowboat and be your own captain for the day along the beautiful Shropshire Union Canal or take a trip on a 42-seater passenger boat, also tea room, gift shop and canalside pub.
Sabrina Boat Tours (Shrewsbury) Sabrina Boat cruises offer day and evening trips aboard the triple deck passenger boat, you can relax on the 45-minute day trip and take in all the lovely sights around the River Severn which loops around Shrewsbury. Evening cruises including a meal on board and themed cruises are also available.
Alderford Lake if you fancy doing some open water swimming, then head over to Alderford Lake near to Whitchurch - wild swimmers are welcome during the café open hours.